city of lacombe

Cora Hoekstra. (File photo)

Meet the candidate: Cora Hoekstra

City Councillor

  • Sep 24, 2021
Cora Hoekstra. (File photo)
Don Gullekson (submitted)

Meet the candidate: Don Gullekson

City Councillor

  • Sep 24, 2021
Don Gullekson (submitted)
Rueben Konnik
(Painted Light Photography)

Meet the candidate: Rueben Konnik

City Councillor

  • Sep 24, 2021
Rueben Konnik
(Painted Light Photography)
Scott Dallas.
(Photo submitted)

Meet the candidate: Scott Dallas

City Councillor

  • Sep 24, 2021
Scott Dallas.
(Photo submitted)
Thalia Hibbs (Photo submitted)

Meet the candidate: Thalia Hibbs

City Councillor

  • Sep 24, 2021
Thalia Hibbs (Photo submitted)
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Adaptive water ski clinic goes ahead in Lacombe

Clinic takes place on Aug. 12 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Guy Lapointe. (Photo submitted)

City of Lacombe hires new Director of Community Services

Guy Lapointe: ‘I am committed to fostering positive change’

  • Jul 21, 2021
Guy Lapointe. (Photo submitted)
Trains are allowed to go 80 km/h, in the City of Lacombe, which many feel is too fast. The city has a laundry list of issues with Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (Photo by Advocate staff)

Lacombe frustrated with rail company foot dragging

Lack of information following derailment and cluttered right-of-way among issues frustrating council

Trains are allowed to go 80 km/h, in the City of Lacombe, which many feel is too fast. The city has a laundry list of issues with Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (Photo by Advocate staff)
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Cleanup from trail derailment near Lacombe could take weeks

One full train car of asphalt oil believed to have been spilled

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Lacombe Days is back, and runs July 23 to 25. (File photo by Black Press news services)
Lacombe Days is back, and runs July 23 to 25. (File photo by Black Press news services)
A bylaw to allow alcohol at Lacombe City parks was defeated by city council. (Black Press file photo)
A bylaw to allow alcohol at Lacombe City parks was defeated by city council. (Black Press file photo)
Students at the Alternative School Centre in Red Deer had access to snacks and take-out options when classes were being held in-person. ABW paid for these items. (Photo contributed)

From winter clothing to lunches: A Better World is helping students in central Alberta

Student Wellbeing Program offers meals and food hampers

  • Jun 4, 2021
Students at the Alternative School Centre in Red Deer had access to snacks and take-out options when classes were being held in-person. ABW paid for these items. (Photo contributed)